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Alliance française Toronto is pleased to present Coming to terms with the Death, a French movie directed by the Pascale Ferran. A sunny beach in Brittany on an August afternoon. How we deal with death is as important as how we deal with life.
In the Chatterleys’ country estate, one monotonous day follows another for Constance, trapped by her marriage and her sense of duty. During spring, deep in the heart of Wragby forest, she encounters Parkin, the estate’s gamekeeper. Drawing on the most scandalous summer romance in English literature, Pascale Ferran turns DH Lawrence’s long-proscribed novel, at the time condemned for obscenity, into a powerful and sensual tale of love and anode to
Journalist and award-winning author David Sax takes over Bloor programming to indulge two of his passions—food and stoner comedies. Join Sax and friends for a special screening of Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.
David Sax will be joined by Chef Anthony Rose (Rose & Sons/Fat Pasha), food writer Corey Mintz (Toronto Star), and cocktail guru/ manager Aja Sax (The Beverley Hotel).
MON, SEPT 22, doors at 5:30 PM, discussion at 6:30 PM, screening at 7:30 PM and burgers at 9 PM
Alliance française Toronto is pleased to present Coming to terms with the Death, a French movie directed by the Pascale Ferran.
Join us for a FREE Culture Days screening of I AM, and discover South Korea’s largest record label SMTOWN through never-before-seen audition tapes, practice clips and interviews.There will be a post-screening audience Q&A with prizes.
SUN, SEPT 28, 3:30 PM
Join us for a FREE Culture Days screening of The Green Chain, a powerful, funny and thought-provoking look at the battle between loggers and environmentalists in Canada.
Following the film, there will be a panel discussion with:
“Enjoyable…exciting.”- The Chicago Tribune
This in-depth look at the extraordinary life and career of legendary actor, racer and cultural icon Steve McQueen uses extensive interviews, archival footage and film clips to reconcile his on- and off-screen lives.
FRI, SEPT 26, 6:30 PM
See I Am Steve McQueen with Bullitt and save!
Official Selection, Hot Docs 2014
“Important, essential.”- Toronto Film Scene
An intimate firsthand account of how Russian LGBT youth are fighting with extreme courage against President Vladimir Putin’s law forbidding “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations to minors.”
Presented with Amnesty International
TUE, SEPT 30, 6:30 PM
In the nineties, a vibrant British popular culture emerged. It was the era of Oasis, Pulp and Blur, a time when British galleries, catwalks and records were the envy of the world and British culture truly rocked.
Arrive early as we kick off the party with DJ Moe Berg and drink specials ($5 Steam Whistle Tall Boys)!
Co-presented by NXNE
SAT, SEPT 20, doors at 8 PM and screening at 9:30 PM